February 03, 2008

Gratuitous Post Super Bowl Posting

Jesus. Mary. Joseph.


BTW - most popular commercial in Orgle Manor? The screaming squirrel.........

Yips! from Gary:
Speechless. Exhausted and speechless.

The Dark Lord has been thrown down!! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

When asked about his early exit off the field with .01 seconds of regulation left on the clock, Darth Belichick didn't have a lot to say:

In his opening statement, he said: "Congratulations to the Giants. They made some plays there at the end and we didn't. It's disappointing."

He then repeated eight different variations of that statement. The smug look that has helped make him one of the great villains in sports was on display, but his mind wasn't. It was like the questions weren't even registering.


Posted by Robert at February 3, 2008 10:20 PM | TrackBack

No way, the investing baby - at least the first one.

Posted by: Zendo Deb at February 3, 2008 10:53 PM

Congratulations. What a tense game. The Giants certainly pulled it off.

Posted by: tdp at February 4, 2008 06:13 AM

I blame Josh McDaniels.

Seriously, though, a great game by the Giants; they certainly earned it. Eli is becoming a force to be reckoned with.

Posted by: The Abbot at February 4, 2008 07:25 AM

The screaming squirrel was the best but an Honorable Mention goes to the Budweiser commercial with the Clydesdale working out to the "Rocky" tune.

Posted by: LMC at February 4, 2008 07:33 AM

Best ads: the Clydesdale working out and the FedEx giant carrier pigeons.

Belichick was probably working out how to prove that his offensive line was paid off by the other side. Brady was sacked six times, hit after the throw at least a dozen times, and pressured on every single passing down. And this after the offensive line protected him almost perfectly all season. Looks like evidence of cheating to me.

Posted by: wolfwalker at February 4, 2008 01:07 PM

This almost makes up for the Yankees losing. Hot diggity. For once in a long time the game was much better than the commercials.

Posted by: rbj at February 4, 2008 01:44 PM